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"Healing Between The Two Worlds" Diane Jackman Skolfield

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Tonight your Host Pamela Marie Edmunds will be welcoming to the show Diane Jackman Skolfield, author of the book "Nine Months Ago Was Yesterday."  They will be discussing Diane's husband's death and the numerous ways that he sent signs to her showing that he had survived what we call death.

More About Diane Jackman Skolfield;

Diane is an author, healer, spiritual teacher, mother, business woman and mentor. She has been helping people help themselves since her childhood and believes one of the most important lessons of our lives is to, “Live life with gratitude, for even the challenges are gifts. “

Diane began her career in healing in 1982 while teaching Pilates at the YWCA in Bangor, Maine. She's been a member of the Self Realization Fellowship and a minister since 1997. She is certified to teach advanced Hatha Yoga by the American Council of Fitness Education.

In addition to teaching Yoga, Pilates, Meditation, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Dance Therapy,  Color and Sound Healing and Qi (chee) gong, her work as a Medical Intuit has been instrumental in healing many. She draws her vast knowledge from a variety of masters; Grandmaster Fu, Donna Eden, David Feinstein, PhD, C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD. To name a few. C. Norman Shealy says, “Diane is a jewel spreading joy and health wherever she goes.” She believes Energy Medicine is for everyone, encouraging all ages and abilities to understand how their body works. Through her workshops and online publications she teaches  how to incorporate simple exercises and nutrition into our daily lives.

Diane teaches summers at a Spiritualist camp in Etna, Maine where she also acts as head of the clean up, building and restoration committees and Camp Historian. Winter finds her teaching in Florida where she also manges a mobile home park with her husband, Donald.

 

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